Welcome to episode 25, in which we kick off our third year with a special guest. Maya joins us to talk about all the things that books, TV, and film get wrong. She brings with her some scientific perspective, to round out our already fairly comprehensive litany of legal and cultural complaints.
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Reign. Good god why?!
A glossary of terms:
Black Footed Ferret
Heathcliffing on the moor
How To Get Away With Murder
Rome and The Tudors (look at Anne Boleyn’s loose, flowing locks)
Pregnesia (there’s never a reason not to talk about Pregnesia)
Reidan’s review of Into the Storm.
K-19: The Widowmaker aka the movie that broke Alina with crackers.
THE WEST WING 'GALILEO' WRITTEN BY: KEVIN FALLS & AARON SORKIN DIRECTED BY: ALEX GRAVES
BARTLET I really don't know from where you guys get the nerve.
NADIA From a long, hard winter, Mr. President.
ALINA slowly slides to the floor and crawls under her desk,
burning with embarrassment and shame.
Fargo (because we didn’t want Minnesota to feel left out)
2 Responses to Anglo-Filles Episode 25: Pantsless Research
(Gonna leave this here before I even start listening:) This is indeed a very rich and interesting topic to talk about, makes my want to go back and reread/rewatch books and films that actually got a foreign culture (mostly) right, such as Herge’s “The Blue Lotus” [or, Tintin in 1930s Shanghai] and Bernardo Bertolucci’s “The Last Emperor”.
P.S. Any plans of a future episode talking about season 2 of Hannibal?
(sorry about the typos, I was simply too excited.)